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Brazil gears up for inaugural pre-salt licensing round

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Report summary

Following the success of Round 11 the ANP is now preparing Brazil's first pre salt licensing round. The round will focus solely on the Libra field a giant discovered resource located in the northern portion of the pre salt Cluster Area in the Santos Basin. It is world class in scale with reserves estimated by the ANP at 8 to 12 billion barrels of oil equivalent. The field has the potential to produce over 1 million b/d of oil and first oil is expected around the start of the next...

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • The Libra opportunity looks world-class
    • Indicative economics
  • Bidding will be competitive, but restricted to large players
  • Future pre-salt bidding
  • Appendix – base case assumptions

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

Images

  • Libra and the pre-salt Santos Cluster area
  • Base case Libra valuation
  • Base case Libra production & cumulative cash flow

Tables

  • Brazil gears up for inaugural pre-salt licensing round: Table 1

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